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  • This Peruvian superfood will boost your mood, libido, endurance and much more
  • There's a legend that goes something like this... During the peak of the Incan empire, soldiers consumed a crop that's native to the mountainous regions of Peru known as maca to boost their strength. But after they finished conquering a city, the warriors were prohibited from using maca to protect their women from intense sexual desires. Today, maca is one of the top superfoods in the world.... ››› more
  • [26 December 2016]
  • The superfoods you always need on hand plus how to use them
  • Everyone's raving about superfoods nowadays - and for good reasons. They're more than all-natural, whole foods; they're both a food as well as a medicine! Superfoods pack loads of nutrients, have powerful healing properties, and are tremendously concentrated. They're beneficial for pretty much every aspect of your health, including cleansing your system of toxins, alkalising your body, boosting... ››› more
  • [14 June 2016]
  • Why chia seeds are incredibly beneficial for your health
  • If you know anything about chia seeds, you know that they're one of the hottest superfoods out there right now. I refer to these little seeds as nutritional powerhouses (and you can be sure that I don't use such terms lightly) because of their remarkable benefits. I enjoy using chia seeds in everything from smoothies to puddings. They're also handy to use as a natural thickener for soups and... ››› more
  • [31 May 2016]
  • Four green powders you need to add to your diet now
  • Pretty much every credible health expert recommends that you eat at least five servings of produce a day to get the nutrients you need for optimal health. But what if you're not big on vegetables? In that case, you can simply supplement your diet with green powders! These potent superfoods are green vegetables in concentrated form, and thus a fantastic way to fill in the nutritional "blanks". T... ››› more
  • [20 May 2016]
  • The superfood that no one talks about
  • When someone asks you to name a superfood, the lowly chickpea probably isn't the first answer you'd come up with. But did you know that it has more scientific evidence to support its stature than most foods? It's true! Here's what makes chickpeas a top superfood, plus a quick, easy and simply delicious chickpea, cucumber and avocado salad recipe to get your fix. Why chickpeas are a top super... ››› more
  • [02 May 2016]
  • Ten reasons why kale is being called "the queen of greens"
  • Before you stick your nose up at this article and think of it as "just another kale story", hear me out... Kale is a remarkable superfood that's being called "the queen of greens" as well as "the new beef" and "a nutritional powerhouse" for very good reason. Check out these ten mind-blowing benefits of adding more kale to your diet! Ten great reasons to eat kale #1: Kale is low in cal... ››› more
  • [12 April 2016]
  • Seven vegetarian superfoods that pack loads of protein
  • When you think of protein, you automatically think "animal products". Am I right? However, many of us don't know that there are plenty of vegetarian sources of protein on the market today that are great alternatives. Yes, that's right ... many veggie products contain a great protein punch! The popular vegetarian sources of protein that some of us know of are tofu, edamame (soybeans), beans, len... ››› more
  • [07 April 2016]
  • Here's why people are putting mushroom powder in their coffee - and why you should be, too
  • Mushrooms might not be the first things that come to mind when you picture your morning coffee, but hear me out... Though they may not be as "sexy" as other superfoods on the market today, medicinal mushrooms like Reishi, Chaga, Cordyceps, and Lion's Mane come packed with some hefty nutritional benefits. Here's exactly why people are adding mushroom powder to their coffee, and why you shoul... ››› more
  • [05 April 2016]



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